Published: Tue, August 20, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Trump Claims Internal Poll Numbers His Best Ever

Trump Claims Internal Poll Numbers His Best Ever

President Donald Trump brutally blasted Fox News - previously his favorite cable news channel - on Sunday, voicing frustrations over some of the network's personalities and recent polling that shows he would lose the 2020 election if it were held today. "My worst polls have always been from Fox". The president also repeatedly lumped himself in with Fox News when he referred to the network as "we", even though Trump is at least ostensibly not an employee or manager at the right-leaning station.

"Our latest poll had the Democratic candidates had to head, several of them ahead of President Trump", Baier explained, "and this poll tracks exactly what the Real Clear Politics average of polls-even a little the other way-and this poll matches what we are seeing out there". Juan Williams, then they have the wonderful woman that gave Hillary Clinton the questions.

"That was a awful thing", Trump said.

Trump voiced displeasure with two of the network's leading political commentators, Juan Williams, who has always been a liberal voice on the network, and Donna Brazile, whom the network hired earlier this year. And all of a sudden, she's working for Fox.

4 in Preseason AP Poll
The Wolverines are ranked No. 7 while the Spartans check in at No. 18 in the poll, which was released Monday afternoon. Michigan was ranked No. 7 while Michigan State was No. 20 in the first Coaches Poll, which was released on August 1.

As president, Trump has frequently repeated talking points from the morning news show "Fox & Friends". "Could I have a picture?' He was 100 percent nice", the president added.

There's more to dismantle from Trump's Fox News riff, in which he claimed, "Fox has changed". I'm certainly happy - I think Sean Hannity, and Lou Dobbs, and I think Tucker Carlson and Laura and Jesse Watters, and Jeanine.

He took a shot at Juan Williams.

This is not the first time that Trump has attacked Fox when he has perceived the network as being insufficiently favorable to him and his political interests. "Think what they'd be if I got fair media coverage!" "He says 'would you rather have a great president or a nice guy?' I think I'm a nice guy, but nobody's done in two and a half years what I've done".

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